Outstanding African Safari Guides
So, what does it take to be a successful safari guide? First and foremost is safety, especially on walking safaris, which necessitate a level head, respect for dangerous animals, and a solid understanding of animal behavior. A smart safari guide can read situations, comprehend animal behavior, and respond quickly to prevent placing his customers in danger.
Second, one must be able to read and understand the natural world; someone who can read animal footprints while others read a newspaper, identify every bird call and be an inspirational source of knowledge on everything living above and below ground. Personality is also crucial; he or she will be the ideal host, a natural raconteur with an endless supply of anecdotes to keep customers engaged around the campfire.
Arshley Brian – Our African Safari Guide
Arshley Brian Biography -Senior Birding, Wildlife & a Botanist African Guide:
Arshley is a friendly young man born and raised in Uganda’s most visited National park (Queen Elizabeth National Park). where his father worked as an interpretive guide. Arshley’s interest in wildlife started when he was just 7 years old as he enjoyed watching wild animals that always roamed around his family home. Through this early passion, Arshley Brian then underwent academic studies and after completing at an advanced level with good results he was awarded a free scholarship at the International University Of East Africa where he pursued a bachelor’s Degree In Tourism Operations and Forestry the course he believed to have studied with passion. Learn More
Samuel Mukalazi – Our African Safari Guide
Samuel Mukalazi (Biography) Wildlife Tour Guide & Film Maker
Born and raised in Uganda, Samuel Mukalazi is an informative friendly wildlife safari guide who Knows Uganda and Rwanda by the head, he holds a diploma in wildlife film production, and during his free time, he always covers stories in the wild and African culture which he shares on his social media platforms wildlife platform and YouTube Channel. so as to inspire more people from all over the world to fall in love with wildlife and African culture. Learn More